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Information for you and your patients

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We're currently reviewing our exercise content across our booklets and website information. We've got lots of exciting ideas and we’re working closely with people with arthritis and other MSK conditions, but we need your help too.

You can view our current exercise content for people with arthritis on our website ‘Exercise and arthritis’ and ‘Exercises to manage pain’.

Over the next few months, we’ll also be reviewing our information on the following:

and developing new drug content on apremilast, ustekinumab, secukinumab, baricitinib and tofacitinib.

If you can spare a little of your time to help us by providing feedback on draft content, please email content@arthritisresearchuk.org


A major campaign to change perceptions of arthritis

For the millions of people affected by arthritis, the fact that the true impact of the condition is unseen and misunderstood can make living a full and independent life even more challenging. We also know that treating millions of people with arthritis is placing a burden on our GPs. So at the end of August, Arthritis Research UK is launching an educational campaign, including a TV advert, to show how arthritis affects individuals and wider society. To create the campaign, we worked with people with arthritis to ensure our content is as accurate as possible. We also took advice from GPs and healthcare professionals when making the advert. Our campaign goal is to help society recognise and understand the impact of arthritis, which will hopefully lead to the NHS and GPs being better supported in treating patients.

To find out more, our campaign will be live on our website by 23rd August.

For more information, go to www.arthritisresearchuk.org.
Arthritis Research UK fund research into the cause, treatment and cure of arthritis. You can support Arthritis Research UK by volunteering, donating or visiting our shops.